On Friday 09 April 2004 21:38, Conor Wynne wrote:
> > The "ro" part means read-only. I don't know what kernel you have, but
> > allowing write access to ntfs can be dangerous - I'm not sure it even
> > works fully.
>> Was for a long time, unsure if I would risk it. I would use a small fat32
> partition for file swapping.
As a matter of interest, is there any way of converting an NTFS file system
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